The activist also spoke about hashtag activism, abortion rights and her hopes for a people's march on Washington, D.C.
Thousands marched through the streets of Mexico to protest violence against women following the death of a 19-year-old.
Thousands of women of all ages marched Sunday through Mexico City, demanding justice in the case of a young woman who was kidnapped and murdered. "It wasn't your fault, Mara," read a sign carried by one marcher, rejecting attempts to shift the blame on the victim, 19-year-old Mara Castilla, for having gone out alone at night. Show More Summary
Lately in Washington, there are massive marches and protests conducted every few days, particularly on the weekends. Early in the year, there was the Women's March, the climate march, and more. But Saturday, something a little bit different...Show More Summary
Bendat's exhibit showcases photos from movements including Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter and the 2017 Women's March. [ more › ]
“The Obamas won an Emmy!” At the Creative Arts Emmys in Hollywood, the real winner was the liberal agenda, as represented by CNN, the Obamas, climate change, drag queens, and the Women’s March.
Last weekend, the Women’s March threatened to make Trump’s life impossible if he ended DACA. Today, Trump’s Attorney General officially announced the end of the program. The lives of 800,000 young immigrants and their families now hang in the balance. Women’s Marchers, I’m asking all five million of you to keep your promise. First, let’s make sure we’re on the same […]
By Torrey Hart on SwimSwam The NCAA will allow approximately 20 women per event to go to Indianapolis in March Read the full story on SwimSwam: DIII NCAA Championship Numbers Expanding on Women’s Side
Guest post by Amy Read at American Lookout: Women’s March organizer, Tamika Mallory, went on a belligerent rant where she claimed that somehow President Trump’s tax returns are directly linked to missing girls across the United States. Show More Summary
The Women’s March first made headlines in January of this year when they organized a March on Washington to protest… Trump? Or to ask for free abortions? As reported here
The Womens March sent out a tweet Wednesday with recommendations for how people can help the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texasbut based on their suggestions, they seem to be only interested in helping non-whites.
Leave it to far left Democratic groups to fundraise for Hurricane Harvey victims… But only the victims of color. Actor James Woods caught this: The Women’s March protesters in pussy hats only want funding for the minority victims. Whitey be damned. Show More Summary
Con artists and sleazebags of all stripes emerge when there is tragedy to be profited from. The post Co-Chair of Women’s March Attempts to Fund Raise For Leftist PAC Off of the Backs Of Harvey Victims appeared first on RedState.
"I want to know why antifa, black bloc, BLM, Women's March, and all of the other groups who love to brag about how 'love trumps hate' aren't down there in Houston slogging through the floodwater helping people. And also, why...
I know I will never be as brave as Kesha or you, Taylor. That’s the most disappointing aspect about all of this. I march for women; I rally for marriage equality. I pride myself on standing boldly for many right things. Why can I not stand for myself?
On Aug. 26, we celebrate the day in 1920 that women in the United States finally won the right to vote, a historic victory in the long march toward equal rights. Almost a century later, we still have to address the economic disparities women face in order to achieve full equality. Today, women...
How a poster from the Women’s March became a call to action for unity in Charlottesville.
Lausanne, Switzerland, March 31, 2017 - Ticketing for the 2017 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Champions Cup in Japan is now open for overseas fans. The women's competition will take place from September 5 to 10 in Tokyo and Nagoya. It will be followed by the men's competition from September 12 to 17 in Nagoya and Osaka.
Along with about 750,000 other people, I showed up to the Los Angeles Women’s March in January in a state of shock, looking for catharsis and some indication of what to expect from the burgeoning mainstream resistance movement. The size of the crowd was a hopeful sign, signaling collective anger...